May 5, 2009 BY Aaron Kr. / 0
Back in early 2004, a Pharrell Williams N.E.R.D. Dunk High was released as part of Nike’s Artist Series. The shoe was a very popular style, but was limited to only 1050 pairs, so a lot of collectors never got their mitts on a pair. The limited run created a lot of demand for these, but now a sample pair has hit eBay that makes 1050 pairs seem like a lot. This sample pair features a slightly different look from the version that was released and if that wasn’t enough, they are actually labeled 0000 of 1050, meaning that these are most likely a one of a kind sample. This version sports a full snakeskin upper that shows off a lot more contrast and appears almost grey or silver in comparison to the solid black pair that were released. Unfortunately, this pair has already been sold on eBay, but at least you can still get a nice look at another pair of sick samples that got away. Check out more pics of this extremely rare collector’s item after the jump and you can compare them with the release version of the Pharrell Nike Dunk High that is pictured all the way at the bottom.
BELOW ARE THE CURRENT LISTINGS FOR THESE KICKS ON EBAY:
[If kicks below are a random assortment, desired kicks are not currently available on eBay.]